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Has anyone been towed yet?Well, recreational marijuana was just legalized in California. However, I do not believe the person responsible for that pipe dream of a map (and dates) brought nearly enough for everybody.
Fortunately, the SC team has quadrupled in size; the person responsible for West Texas SCs now at least lives in Texas. Presuming that he didn’t get laid off.
It wouldn’t seem that difficult to at least reach out to the host property(ies), re-establish the necessary relationships, settle the bill for the preliminary work done so far, retain local/regional contractors (one of whom kindly offered availability in the FS thread), and to, as it were, finally get off the schneid.
Flatbed tows out thataway are expensive. The longer this delay persists, the more tows there will be.
Has anyone been towed yet?
They should try crowd source funding. I'd bet a few Tesla owners would Throw in some dollars to make at least a 10% dent in the cost of their favorite location to speed up the process if it were only $$ limited.
Tao - Can you illuminate some on the "do business in West Texas as a non-local"? I used to be in the oil bz and found some West Texas folks pretty rigid in their ways. Do you think there is some local resistance to keep Tesla out of West Texas? I have no recent knowledge of local attitude (data is 30+ years old and things may have changed) but would not be surprised if electric cars are being shunned.
I have a journey in the wings waiting on a better charging circumstance. Still waiting on Ft Stockton. Having just been in Southern Calif..and witnessing the crowded chargers at Qualcomm and San Juan Capistrano...I can see why priorities might be swayed in that direction instead of into hostile Territory.
This is a wiki page about prospective Supercharger locations and their progress. Once open they can be moved to the archive table.
There is a list of confirmed and completed Supercharger at supercharge.info
State Location Hwy (Exit) Chargers Status Expected Open Date Notes Thread Link CA Alameda Urban 12 Permit E18-0211 submitted for review 5/14/2018 Construction start on 10/8/18 12/18
523 South Shore Center Thread
There are a few problems.OK, figured out how to edit a Wiki here, just hit the edit button at the bottom of the first post. Read the entire thread hoping for a clue, then just figured it out by looking around. Updated the Alameda entry as I am next door so will be posting updates to its thread and saw this entry was not updated about construction beginning.
Took the opportunity to move all the operational entries in California to the archive table. Proofread, but if you see issues let me know.
Cannot figure out why it displays all the wiki codes at the top of the table:
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Perhaps it's a bug in the site, as it appears the same in multiple browsers.
They currently provide a max of 0 kW. Look closely at the background above the hood of the car in the top picture and you can see that the HPWCs are part of the same installation as the supercharger. They won't get turned on until the whole site is activated.Wow! Where are those? Plugshare doesn't show ANY cluster of Destination Chargers that large near the Grand Canyon. How fast do they charge?
It looked like a great idea to maintain this years ago, but supercharge.info seems to be doing the tracking quite nicely.I have been maintaining this wiki for quite a while, but I have fallen behind since there has been alot of activity and I haven't had much time. If anyone wants this wiki to continue they will have to start updating it. Just be careful to maintain the pattern of the table formatting since it is not WYSIWYG editing.